Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Build 17128

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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We’re getting closer to the release of the final version of the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update and Microsoft has been rolling out more new builds to the Insiders in the Fast ring. Just a few days ago the company released Build 17127 and now, it rolled out Build 17128, upping the rate of new builds for Insiders.

Build 17128 doesn’t include the watermark anymore

The incremental increase in build numbers doesn’t also mean that each of the new builds is packed with lots of new features. Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 Build 17128 to all the testers with devices enrolled in the Fast ring. As you probably expected, there’s not very much to report regarding the latest build 17128.

This is only a minor update, but it’s safe to say that it is a significant milestone. Build 17128 is the very first preview that doesn’t include the watermark in the lower-right corner anymore. This definitely indicates the fact that the Spring Creators Update is ready for its April 2018 official launch.

On the other hand, this is not the finished product and Dona Sarkar, Windows Insider chief, explained that this does not mean that we’re looking at the final build because the company is not ready for its launch yet.

Windows 10 Build 17128 brings Cortana Show Me app

The latest Windows 10 build also brings a useful app called Cortana Show Me that is basically a new way to offer users assistance in learning how to change Windows 10 settings.

This is a new app that you can download from the Microsoft Store. In the first preview, options are a bit limited, but you will get the chance to launch guides straight from the app homepage and check the 15 guides that are available in it.

Windows 10 Build 17128 downloads and installs automatically on your device, but you can also force the update from Settings – Update & security – Windows Update where you just have to click on Check for updates button.

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